Wally Brown (October 9, 1904 - November 13, 1961) was an actor, comedian, and long-time partner of Alan Carney.
Wally was born in Malden, Massachusetts and served as a vaudevillian. In 1942, he wanted to start business in Hollywood at RKO Radio Pictures with the film Petticoat Larceny. When RKO decided to emulate with Abbott and Costello, he met Alan Carney, which they became "Brown & Carney" and settled down on the film Adventures of a Rookie later with its sequel Rookies in Burma. Their best film was Zombies on Broadway. Their contracts were terminated in 1946 and reunited in 1961 in The Absent-Minded Professor. His last years were promptly as guest appearances, typically his last one on My Three Sons. Along with Alan Carney, he was going to be picked for It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, but he couldn't play any parts because of his death two years before. In the 1940s-50s, both have been desperately chosen in a role for Leslie Goodwins films. Wally Brown has also been a regular cast member in television shows like I Married Joan, Cimarrion City, and Daniel Boone.